Abstract:…, lower cost composite materials and manufacturing processes are needed to provide lighter weight and cost- competitive alternatives to aluminum and beryllium for missile avionics boxes and electronic support structures. The proposed solution is lower cost nano-composite… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Fully Dense Reactive Nanocomposite Materials (FD-RNM) have unique chemical and physical properties and if properly exploited can lead to greater blast effects, chem/bio agent defeat and less collateral damage than conventional steel warhead cases. Whether the FD-RNM… more
Abstract:The proposed research effort will develop a highly efficient MEMS energy harvesters that utilize a novel nanocomposite technology recently developed by HARP Engineering LLC. Unlike existing piezoelectric nanocomposites, the material proposed here has an electromechanical… more
Abstract:… pyrophoric nature, and very sensitive to corrosion and oxidation. By using a unique synthesis technique, GDL will combine graphene nano-particles with Mg nano-particles in a chemical solution phase method. This method will strengthen the resulting nanocomposite and increase… more
Abstract:… performing thermoelectric materials, ADA Technologies, Inc., in collaboration with the University of Colorado, propose the development of a novel, high performance (i.e., high figure of merit or, ZT) and highly scalable thermoelectric material based on nanocomposite… more
Abstract:… ion battery technologies (e.g., increased energy and power density) are required to enable MAVs to execute their intended missions. To address this need, ADA Technologies, Inc., proposes to continue advancements made in Phase I to develop advanced nanocomposite electrodes… more
Abstract:… or exceeding the specific energy of current state-of-the-art (SOTA) technologies. To address this need, ADA Technologies, Inc., proposes to continue advancements made in Phase I to develop a highly stable lithium-ion cell system comprised of advanced nanocomposite electrodes… more
Abstract:The motivation for this research project is to develop nanocomposite material for biomimetic bone repair material that meets all the requirements of solicitation N102-179. This project will provide the means to produce an advanced composite of materials with known efficacy to… more
Abstract:Polymeric Nano-composite anode materials for use in impressed current cathodic protection systems will be developed using novel carbon composite materials that are capable of high current densities, exhibit increased chemical resistance and can be formed into varied custom… more
Abstract:Development and production of materials to serve as quality control standards during evaluation of candidate materials for IPE and ColPro Acquisition Programs will be accomplished utilizing advanced nanocomposite technology. In our process, polymeric membranes serve as the… more
Abstract:Small scale mechanical testing is often a bottleneck in micro and nanocomposite materials development. The proposed Psylotech system is a miniature universal test system that accommodates rigid materials and soft materials, such as biological tissues and rubber in the form of… more
Abstract:… the U.S. Army"s continued superiority and versatility and enable it in the future, Luna Innovations, in partnership with the Applied Research Lab at Penn State, are developing high strength, CNT-reinforced, mechanically alloyed magnesium nanocomposites using… more
Abstract:… nitrocellulose-nanothermite composites in a granular form for the ignition of propellants. The R & D will focus on the determination of burn rates, dynamic pressure profiles and ESD sensitivities of selected Al/CuO/Fe2O3 and Al/Fe2O3/Bi2O3 energetic nanocomposites… more
Abstract:…t associated with proton transfer. It is thus advantageous to have separate transport of protons and water. Nature has answered this problem in biological membranes which contain selective proton conducting nanochannels. Lynntech proposes to fabricate biomimetic nanocomposite… more
Abstract:There is an unmet need in the US Army for wide-span bridges that can be deployed in the field. This requires lightweight materials and tool-kit designs for easy and quick installation. The materials must possess enhanced load-bearing capacity, improved weather resistance, and longer service lives… more
Abstract:… life of these systems, particularly in hot climates, (ii) reduce the heat signature, and (iii) help reduce the weight of thermal control systems, thereby enhancing the fuel efficiency of the vehicles. In the Phase I program, we began developing a new class of nanocomposite… more
Abstract:…icate semiconductor nanomembrane based photovoltaic (PV) power sources on flexible substrates, using Virginia Tech NanoCMOS Laboratory"s SOI silicon nanomembrane technique in combination with NanoSonic"s pioneering Polynanoguard antireflection copolymer nanocomposite… more
Abstract:The objective of this Phase I STTR program is to develop and qualify innovative lightweight, high temperature composite materials that provide ballistic, blast and flame protection to MTVR fuel tanks and engine compartment structures. NanoSonic will work closely with Virginia Tech to simulate the… more
Abstract:…r Special Operations vehicles. The proposed tire technology will provide non-pneumatic antiballistic tires with terrain durability and ballistic resilience through the integration of NanoSonic"s HybridSil armor technology. This pioneering class of nanocomposite materials… more
Abstract:The objective of this Air Force SBIR program is to develop and demonstrate methodologies that facilitate manufacturing of carbon nanotube (CNT) enhanced structural nanocomposites. NanoSonic will integrate its novel molecularly tailored CNT dispersants with supercritical CO2… more
Abstract:…. It is hypothesized that our Thoraeus Rubber filters shall also exhibit durable radiation resistance upon severe mechanical/vibrational conditions; a property that few, if any, flexible materials exhibit. Structural, high temperature, Thoraeus-like shielding … more
Abstract:… ensure efficient wing morphing and electromagnetic stability during disparate vehicle configurations. Air data and optical sensors will provide remote critical C4ISR feedback. Additional military applications for various forms of the Metal RubberTM nanocomposites include… more
Abstract:…fects resulting from cyclic exposure to high temperature engine exhaust and may be integrated within military aircraft in place of MIL-PRF-85285 paints for greater component lifetimes and lower life cycle costs. NanoSonic has recently scaled up production of related … more
Abstract:NanoSonics breakthrough Metal RubberTM technology can be used to significantly reduce the weight and improve the EMI/EMC performance of electrical communication, instrumentation and power cables onboard Army helicopters. Metal Rubber is a self-assembled nanocomposite with an… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: This Phase I SBIR program will focus on demonstrating the feasibility of developing a frangible nanocomposite ladder for ILS/GS towers. Non frangible, high mass metal components will be replaced with a FRP nanocomposite incorporated with NTL"s BuckyShield… more
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